SBCCI is an international forum dedicated to integrated circuits and systems design, test and electronic design automation (EDA), held annually in Brazil. The 32nd SBCCI will take place in São Paulo, the economic center and most important metropolis in Brazil. The goal of the symposium is to bring together researchers in the areas of EDA, design and test of integrated circuits and systems. The scope of the symposium includes technical sessions, tutorials and panels, as well as an exhibition and working group meetings. The best papers presented at the symposium will be invited to resubmit an extended version to be considered for publication at the IEEE Design & Test and at at the Springer Nature ALOG (Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing).
SBCCI strongly encourages international submissions. Prospective authors from around the world are invited to submit manuscripts in English for consideration by the Program Committee. Manuscripts must contain a maximum of 6 pages, two-column, in US-Letter size, following the ACM format and be prepared for double-blind review.Submissions of manuscripts previously published by other conferences or journals will not be considered by the program committee. SBCCI submissions must be made electronically (in PDF format) via the conference website.
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The proceedings will be published by the ACM and will remain available at the IEEE Xplore and ACM Digital Library. Please, first the abstract should be sent and after that, the paper.
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For authors with accepted articles:
1) After reviewing the paper by following the reviewer(s) suggestions, authors should upload the correctedcamera-ready paper once again via our online submission system (SOFT CONF)
2) After camera-ready submission deadline, authors will receive an e-mail with instructions to fill out and upload copyright form, as well as meet the latest IEEE XploreⓇ requirements for PDF files.
The areas of interest include:
• System level modeling and synthesis
• Hardware-software co-design and co-verifcation
• High-level and logic synthesis
•Physical design of ICs and systems
•EDA – Electronic Design Automation
•Testability issues, design for test techniques
•Design and modeling languages and applications
•Analog, Digital and mixed signal designs
•Embedded systems and Cyber-physical systems design
•System-on-chip, IP reuse and plataform-based designs
•Low power tools and designs techniques
•Verification, simulation, emulation and prototyping techniques
•Reconfigurable architectures and novel applications of FPGAs
•Nanoelectronic circuits, nanoarchitectures and nanocomputing
João Martino, USP, Brazil
Marcelo Lubaszewski, UFRGS, Brazil
Matteo Reorda, Politec. di Torino, Italy
Sergio Bampi, UFRGS, Brazil
Nilton Morimoto, USP, Brazil
Davies Monteiro, UFMG, Brazil
Local Arrangements Chairs
Ana Neilde Silva, USP, Brazil
Ricardo Rangel, USP, Brazil
Emerson Moretto, USP, Brazil
Victor Sonnenberg, FATEC, Brazil
Celina Yunaka, USP, Brazil
Linnyer Ruiz, UEM, Brazil
André Mariano, UFPR, Brazil
Walter Santana, LSITEC, Brazil
North America Liaison
Nikil Dutt, UC Irvine, USA
Michael Hubner, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum, Germany
Rui Martins, Uni. Macau, China
Latin America Liaison
Victor Grimblat, Synopsys, Chile